Rebecca Loebe is a sophisticated, mature writer with a relevant point of view and an assured, nuanced voice. She’s on a guerrilla mission to share messages she and others need to hear. Before signing her first record deal last year, Loebe had made her national television debut on the first season of The Voice and been declared a winner at the Kerrville New Folk songwriting competition.
Rebecce Loebe calls herself a singer-songwriter, but as soon as Rebecca Loebe leans into the first notes of Give Up Your Ghosts, her first release for Blue Corn Music (Feb. 8, 2019), that definition starts to seem woefully inadequate.
“I like to write catchy songs about topics that are meaningful to me, but use fun hooks to put words in people's mouths,” Loebe admits. “My favorite thing is to get people singing along before they even realize they're singing about women's equality or their own self-worth.”
this spring, as she celebrates the release of her fifth studio album Give Up Your Ghosts across the US and Europe.